Novel spins on familiar foods bring new flavors to the table.
Snoop Dogg has teamed up with TSUMo snacks, a maker of savory edibles, to launch Snazzle Os, a line of cannabis-infused, onion-flavored rings.
The snack contains 100 mg of THC per bag and comes in Onion and Spicy Onion varieties.
Biena Snacks has unveiled Tasty Thins, a line of crisps formulated with chickpeas, carrots, sweet potatoes and peas. Flavors include Hawaiian barbecue, Tuscan herb and sea salt.
Santte Foods’ Black Sheep CBD Meringue Cookies mark the Oak Ridge North, Texas-based food company’s cannabis-infused snack debut.
Free from gluten, dairy, soy and cholesterol, the cookies contain no saturated or trans fats. Each bag contains 100 mg or 200 mg of 100% hemp-derived CBD and includes no tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the main psychoactive compound in marijuana.
Café Valley Bakery is expanding its line of 16-oz Decadent Swirled Bundt Cakes with three new varieties: tiramisu, pumpkin latte and salted caramel.
The new tiramisu variety features coffee espresso and mascarpone cream-rum-flavored batters with a coffee glaze. The bundt cakes are topped with white and dark chocolate chips, and mocha accent icing.
Krispy Kreme, Inc. is transforming cinnamon-and-sugary churro flavors into three light and airy sweet treats with its first-ever ChurrDough Collection.
Available now for a limited time at participating shops nationwide, customers can experience these ChurrDoughs individually or in a 3-pack. Each flavor is tossed in cinnamon sugar with a variety of unique toppings.
Crunchy chip company Kettle Brand is expanding its offerings with seasonal tailgate-inspired potato chips.
Available for a limited time, the tailgate edition potato chips combine the flavors of spicy Buffalo with bleu cheese.
Plant-based cookie brand Love + Chew has partnered with upcycled food company Renewal Mill to launch a new peanut butter chip cookie.
Billed as a “climate-friendly baking company,” Renewal Mill converts the leftover pulp from plant milk production into nutritious, gluten-free flours. The cookie is baked with Renewal Mill’s upcycled oat milk flour.
Quest Nutrition, a business unit of The Simply Good Foods Co., has introduced its first shareable product: Quest mini peanut butter cups.
Each 4-cup serving contains 150 calories, 8 grams of protein, 1 gram of net carbohydrates and less than 1 gram of sugar.
Flowers Foods, Inc. is expanding its Tastykake brand with the launch of Mini Bundt Cakes in two flavors: chocolate chocolate chip and strawberry flavored.
The mini bundt cakes come in a five-pouch box of four mini bundts at a suggested retail price of $5.29.
Zapp’s New Orleans Style Kettle Chips, a subsidiary of Utz Brands, Inc., is adding Sinfully-Seasoned Pretzel Stix to its snack portfolio.
The new pretzel line is debuting in Voodoo — smoky Cajun BBQ — and Jazzy Honey Mustard flavors.
The Pioneer Woman, a lifestyle brand from author and television personality Ree Drummond, is introducing its first line of snack mixes.
A Pecan Sticky Buns flavor features honey roasted pecans, white confectionery mini cups and cinnamon sugar caramel coated puffs. A Knock You Naked variety mixes caramel popcorn and salted pecans with mini brownie cookies, dark chocolate mini cups, milk chocolate caramel-filled mini cups and coconut cashews. A Spicy Cowgirl flavor features almonds, cashews and pecans coated in a blend of cocoa powder, cinnamon and cayenne pepper, plus dark chocolate mini cups with a mocha-flavored filling and white confectionery mini cups.
Variety of seasonal flavors from different brands are now available.